[Vision2020] Social Media Fail

Kenneth Marcy kmmos1 at frontier.com
Thu Nov 12 09:31:22 PST 2020

 In requesting a conservative email list, you may be asking for an oxymoron.
Conservatives seeking greater individual freedom are loathe to flock together cooperatively, except perhaps, when there is some force or attraction drawing them together. Someone who has gathered email addresses of conservative individuals, then invites them to participate in a list, or a website, for a modest monthly fee, may not be the friendly force with whom might one wish to associate.

That someone seeks a flock to propagandize, and from whom to harvest money, in exchange for their opportunity to gather and gossip, is not a new phenomenon.  There have been, and may still be such lists, but whether one should want to be gathered inside is another matter.  They may be akin to the 70's song Hotel California, wherein one of the lyrics was "you can check out any time you want, but you can never leave."  By the way, some of the authors of that song aggressively prevent people performing it, even if they to a better job than the original.  Isn't that a classic conservative behavior?


   On Wednesday, November 11, 2020, 6:29:28 PM PST, Scott Dredge <sdredge408 at gmail.com> wrote:  
 Post election, a bunch of my friends are bailing on Facebook and Twitter and moving over to other sites.  I've signed up for Parler and MeWe, but it's all crap.  It's descending into chaos.  Where is the site that only allows conservative viewpoints without censorship, fact checking, or counter arguments?
Perhaps our own resident troll, Mr. Gary Crabtree, has the answer?
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